At AeroLite, we utilize the same CAD data that drives the mills which produce the vessel’s hull, deck and superstructure tooling, to develop our in-house shop drawings and dimensions. Provided that the yacht or ship builder works to sufficiently accurate tolerances, we can thus pre-fabricate cabinetry and furniture before and/or simultaneously with vessel shell construction. This works to significantly reduce overall project duration.
Working from the original 3-D CAD data and drawings, we produce our own 2-D orthographic shop drawings and, when indicated and necessary, full-scale shop floor mock-up for client approval before final fabrication.
Cost- and time-efficient prefabrication off-site keeps the job running parallel to the shipyard's project Critical Path. This significantly shortens the overall duration of both new-build and major refit projects. Moreover, prefabrication in a controlled manufacturing environment assures a high level of dimensional accuracy and quality control. And our modular construction techniques simplify installation and ensure expedited installation with a minimum of interference with the boatyard's in-house tradespeople.
AeroLite Marine Woodworking